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DC Area Screening: Teenage Turtles are Back!

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DC area CoolDads don’t miss your chance to see a special preview of TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: OUT OF THE SHADOWS  before the movie opens nationwide on Friday, June 3rd.  We screened the last TMNT movie for you guys and I was really impressed. Let’s hope they don’t mess it up.  See you guys next Wednesday.

CLICK HERE to RSVP for special screening for DaddysCool readers.

 

SCREENING DETAILS
Regal Majestic
Wednesday, June 1st
7:30 PM

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Synopsis: After supervillain Shredder escapes custody, he joins forces with mad scientist Baxter Stockman (Tyler Perry) and two dimwitted henchmen, Bebop (Gary Anthony Williams) and Rocksteady (WWE Superstar Stephen “Sheamus” Farrelly), to unleash a diabolical plan to take over the world. As the Turtles prepare to take on Shredder and his new crew, they find themselves facing an even greater evil with similar intentions: the notorious Krang.

Rating: PG-13

Cast: Megan Fox, Will Arnett, Stephen Amell, Tyler Perry, Noel Fisher, Jeremy Howard, Pete Ploszek, Alan Ritchson, Brian Tee, Stephen “Sheamus” Farrelly, Gary Anthony Williams

Release Date: Friday, June 3rd

Official Website: http://www.teenagemutantninjaturtlesmovie.com/

Fit Fathers Day Whips Families into Shape

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Father and son at #FitFathersDay

Group exercise routines, dancing, double dutch teams, fitness contests, smiles and laughter accurately depicts what took place at the 2nd Annual Fit Fathers Day (FFD) celebration. Typical Father’s Day ideas consist of brunches or cookouts so the Fit Fathers team decided to shake things up a bit. We brought the celebration back to Veterans Plaza in Downtown Silver Spring, MD from 10 am to Noon, still leaving time for families to go along with their regularly scheduled plans. Fit Fathers, DaddysCool.com and Powerful Beyond Measure came together to show fathers the importance of being health conscious and leading by example through positive, nutritional choices. The Fit Fathers Foundation believes health, fitness and nutrition can help fathers live longer and challenges all dads to eat clean, stay active and continuously energize their lives!

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Ladies plank contest winner and family

An energetic Social Workout was led by Fit Fathers’ founder Kimatni Rawlins, celebrity trainer Michael Bance and 12-year-old fitness guru Jodi Evans, while DJ Blinks mixed sounds behind a stellar Bose audio system to keep everyone entertained. A special 80s and 90s music mix was put together for our special Terminator Genisys movie workout. Movie posters, premiere tickets and t-shirts were given to the FFD attendees. With fitness contests, family workout and activities, inflatable obstacle course, healthy snacks, health screenings, gift bags and demonstrations, this Father’s Day event had something for everyone. Another highlight was the timed fitness course that crowned James Swink Mr. Fit Father 2015. He won four Yokohama tires as the grand prize.

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Mr. Fit Father competition

Fit Fathers Day was made possible through the support of Mazda, Volkswagen, Children’s National, Wegmans, The Washington Auto Show, DC Capital Striders and City Sports. The event also highlighted the amazing work of our community and media partners including: LoveLife Foundation, 14th Legislative District (Montgomery County), Action for Healthy Kids, African American Health Program, Aspire Beverages, Automotive Rhythms, Bance Fitness, Creative Edge PR, African American Health Program, Embrace Kids, Fathers Incorporated, Fit For Life, Greenbelt S.I.T.Y. Stars, Healthyblackmen.org, Kids Being Fit, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (Dr. Neal Barnard), Men’s Health Network, Mocha Moms, National Black Child Development Institute, Kids Being Fit, Shoe City, SOULCYCLE, Streets Wize Foundation, Strive 2 Tri, The Boot Camp Girl, Throttle Life, Vegan Pro, Meatless Monday, Montgomery County, MD Dept. of Police, Center for Nutrition Studies and Washington Sports Club.

Also, NFL players Jason McCourty of the Tennessee Titans and Adrian Coxson of the GreenIMG_5772 Bay Packers, who attended the celebration, served as Fit Fathers’ National Ambassadors for the momentous occasion.

We thanked attendees for supporting our cause with prizes and giveaways courtesy of Aspire Beverages, City Sports, SOULCYCLE, Bose Audio, Under Armor, Shoe City and Mothers car care. Through social media and the use of the hashtag #FitFathersDay appearing across multiple newsfeeds, there is already an air of anticipation for Fit Fathers Day 2016. We greatly appreciate our sponsors and partners who recognized the vision and helped bring FFD to fruition. A very special thank you is in order for all the patrons and volunteers.

Although Fit Fathers Day is a special occasion to recognize dads during their time of celebration, our mission is to also become active with, moms, kids and families throughout the year. Stay tuned for more Fit Fathers events as we move forward to engage with different communities around the country. Enjoy the photo gallery.

STORY by ADRIAN MCQUEEN

DaddysCool at Men Hurt Too Conference

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If you are in the DC area, join us this Saturday, June 13th at 6pm.   “Know Your Rights Conference for Men and Boys” will feature community leaders, activists, law enforcement and guest speakers including: Harry Thomas, Former Councilmen Ward 5, Elwood “Yango” Sawyer, Community Activist, and Mike Tucker, Founder of Daddy’s Cool.

“Men Hurt Too:” The Other Side of Domestic Violence

What: “Know Your Rights” Conference for Men & Boys
Who: Hosted by Domestic Violence Wears Many Tags non-profit and MD Park & Planning Xtreme Teens

Where: Suitland Community Park School Center
5600 Regency Lane
Forestville, MD 20747

Details:  The community will hear from men both victims & abusers of domestic violence, youth panel, community relations panel, and spiritual leaders. The event will include performers, light refreshments, and local vendors & resources for men in order to help create a comfortable environment for men and boys to address their concerns. Free for the community, women and girls are welcome. CLICK HERE 

DC Event: Fun Run and Fitness for Kids

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This Saturday, bring your cool kids out to work out with Kids Being Fit. The event is for kids and by kids with kid trainers making for a unique event that promotes healthy living.

Bowie High School

9am – 12:30pm

Kids 5-16 years old

Register now!   See you there!

DC Event: Shakespeare Bday Celebration

Saturday April 19, join the family friendly birthday bash for the Bard  in and outside the Folger Shakespeare Library at 201 East Capitol Street SE in Washington, D.C.

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Photo by Jeff Malet Courtesy of Folger Shakespeare Library

 

This year marks William Shakespeare’s 451st birthday and the celebration goes from 12pm-4pm featuring jugglers and jesters, stage combat demonstrations, Elizabethan crafts, a scavenger hunt and more.

Check out child palatable five-minute versions of Shakespeare’s plays from the Nickel Shakespeare Girls, and enjoy musical performances by WETA Classical Players.  Also the DC Public Library brings its portable reading room to the Folger’s Elizabethan Garden where children will be read to by volunteers and can get library cards as well as check out books.

Get those pressing questions about Shakespeare answered by professionals and don’t forget to leave with cake!

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Photo by Jeff Malet Courtesy of Folger Shakespeare Library

 

For more information visit www.Folger.edu

 

Today Join DaddysCool for #HATFESTDC

If you are in the DC area today, join us from 1pm- 6pm at the Gateway Pavillion 2700 MLK Ave, SE. Washington, DC for the Humanities Arts & Technology Festival … Note: It has nothing to do with hats.  The family has a booth and you can grab everything from a #DadsRule tee to a book from Stanice Anderson (my mom) or clothes and toys from my kids.  All about enterprising this weekend. Come out and support this cool festival. There will be activities for the whole family. Tweet us and Instagram us. Show us some love.

 
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Pinkalicious Musical Review by Michal Zoe

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by Michal Zoe Tucker

Recently, I went to the Adventure Theater Musical Theater Center (ATMTC) located in Glen Echo Park, Maryland with my father and sister to see a musical for the book Pinkalicious, written by Elizabeth Kann. This was my third time going to ATMTC. The first time I saw the musical Three little Birds, based on the song by Bob Marley.  The second time,  I saw the musical/play “Big Nate,” based on one of the books in the Big Nate series by author Lincoln Pierce, who I met at the theater after the show.

The Pinkalicious musical started off with Pinkalicious wanting to eat a cupcake, but her mom didn’t let her and told her to go to bed. The next morning she asked for another cupcake and she couldn’t get one, so a few nights later she snuck to eat a bunch of cupcakes. In the morning, her brother, Peter, woke her up and screamed that she was pink. Her mom took her to the doctors and they said she had “pinkatidis.” And the only way to cure it was to eat green food, and Pinkalicious hated green food!  So, instead of eating vegetables she snuck another cupcake, and when she woke up the next morning she was red.  Later on in the musical, Pinkalicious finally ate green food and turned back to her normal self with the help of her brother Peter. My favorite part was when she went to sleep and there were pink cupcake puppets moving around her head representing her dreams. When we walked out the theater, we got to try on some of the Pinkalicious costumes. Also my dad bought my sister and I a gold crown from the little merchandise store at the front window. It was very fun!

For tickets and more info! 

Fit Fathers Day Video Will Change Your Life

Fit Fathers Day has nothing to do with lame ties, stinky cologne or boring socks. This Father’s Day is about your life and your families, dad!

Through a partnership led by Fit Fathers, Daddy’s Cool has joined Mazda and Volkswagen in the effort to forever change the way we view Father’s Day.  Let’s celebrate the right way. Fit Fathers Day is born! WATCH the VIDEO now. Join the movement and Spread the word. We want this video to go viral. #FitFathersDay #DadsRule

 

To take the pledge and for more infromation www.FitFathersDay.com 
Hashtag #FitFathersDay to win prizes and more!

 

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Girls Rock! DC Benefit Sunday

Sunday, May 4 is a monumental fundraisers in Washington, DC.  Us at DaddysCool feel the arts should be a major part of a child’s development. This Sunday please support the benefit show for Girls Rock! DC. They have put together a stellar line up of female rockers and the cherry on top is that the money goes to scholarships to fund disadvantaged youth for the Girls Rock! DC Summer Camp.

The camp allows youth in the DC area to learn how to play instruments, sing, write songs and more from musical artists. Then the campers get to live out their dreams live on stage at the end of the camp.  Support this event so those families that may not be able to afford to send their girls to this camp can ROCK OUT! The benefit concert is kid-friendly so bring the whole family!  The tickets are tax-deductible. Tickets for the show are available here.

 

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Also you can register your girls for camp now.   Girls Rock! DC - August 13, 2011

 

 

Massive Child Seat Recall

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Graco is voluntarily recalling 3.8 million child safety seats from 2009-2013.  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says Graco is complying with their recommendation to recall 11 of 18 model seats.

The recall includes the following models:

  • Toddler Convertible Car Seats: Cozy Cline, Comfort Sport, Classic Ride 50, My Ride 65, My Ride 70, My Ride 65 with Safety Surround, Size4Me 70, My Size 70, Head Wise 70, Smart Seat
  • Harnessed Booster Seats: Nautilus 3-in-1, Nautilus Elite and Argos
  • Note:  All Graco SnugRide infant car seats are excluded from this recall.

The reason is the red release button in the center of the harness, can become hard to unlock and jammed in some cases.  One would agree that would  make it difficult or impossible to remove the child quickly in an emergency, as NHTSA suggests. 

 

Graco is offering a “new and improved replacement harness buckle to affected customers at no cost.” People can obtain one by calling 800-345-4109 or emailing consumerservices@gracobaby.com.

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As a dad of three I remember the days of car seats with harnesses and how messy they would get.  The new design allows for less chance of the harness getting stuck but parents should still do their part to clean buckles of food and etc.

 

According to Graco Baby:

As part of our continuous product testing and improvement process, Graco identified that food and dried liquids can make some harness buckles progressively more difficult to open over time or become stuck in the latched position. Therefore, we have decided to conduct a voluntary recall on the harness buckles used on all toddler convertible car seats and harnessed booster seats manufactured from 2009 to July 2013.

As a solution, Graco offers a new and improved replacement harness buckle to affected consumers at no cost. Graco would like to stress this does not in any way affect the performance of the car seat or the effectiveness of the buckle to restrain the child. We encourage all consumers who are experiencing difficulty with their harness buckles to contact our customer service team at 800-345-4109 or consumerservices@gracobaby.com

For more information on this recall including a list of affected models and photos of the original and new harness buckles, please go tohttp://www.gracobaby.com/safetyandrecall/pages/safetyandrecallarticle.aspx?recallID=41&page=SafetyAndRecall.

Following Ralph Nader to the Dinner Table

Read this with an open mind with a keen eye on the parenting aspect. I was watching the documentary on Ralph Nader, “An Unreasonable Man” and something really stood out to me that had nothing to do with his beliefs, Nader-unreasonable-manconspiracy theories, the Green Party or “Nader’s Raiders.”  Instead, what grabbed me was how when he was in grade school his father would give he and his siblings a problem to solve each day.  They would have the day to think and come together to discuss answers over dinner.

I thought this is great way to help scuplt young minds and make critical thinking fun.  Also it could help my children understand that nothing is set in stone, and to seek their own solutions to problems.

A great line from the movie was when Nader’s father asked him: “Well, Ralph, what did you learn in school today? Did you learn how to believe or did you learn how to think?”

As a parent, I want my kids to be thinkers.  I want them to know that their thoughts could one day change the world, so it starts now.  It starts at the dinner table, it starts in the car, it starts with me listening, and reassuring them that no answer is wrong as long as their can support their view. Encourage them to have their own views and not be shy about expressing them.

I decided to try this problem-solving scenario out on my three little ones (7-9 years old).  We were dealing with the hot topic of bullying. It was in the news with the Incognito- Martin NFL scandal and my eldest daughter was facing a bit of bullying in her classroom. My questions to the kids, “If you were in charge of your own school, what would you do about bullying and what rules might you put in place to stop that behavior?”  I asked them during the ride to school and informed them they had until dinner to think of their answer.

The first day, they all forgot to think about the question but the next day they came to the table with solutions.  They even took the time to name their school’s; “Kurios University” and “Ipod Touch 5 Generation Charter School” which sounded vaguely like items on their Christmas list. Subtlety is not a quality my kids possess.

The solutions they presented were similar to what was already in place in there school.  I encouraged them to think outside of the box, so we began to brainstorm at the dinner table.  I told them nothing was off limits or too outrageous, aside from jail or murder, of course.  My kids are a happy and loving bunch, so it didn’t go too far but it got them thinking.  Most important they were left feeling their opinion mattered.  All in all the experiment was a success.

Nader never had kids and likely never will. but what he shared from his upbringing in the documentary will help me rear my kids.  As a single parent I need all the help I can get. Thanks Ralph, you are not so unreasonable after all.

Below is the full documentary if you would like to watch it.  Well done. Also learn some of the good Nader has done; without him cars might not have seatbelts or any safety features for that matter.  Enjoy.

Let’s Move! DC Today

Looking for something to do today? This morning from 10am to 2pm, come out to Deanwood Rec center in DC and bring the whole family for fun, games and activities.  It’s FREE!  Daddyscool will be at the Fit Fathers table, come by and say hello.

Let's Move DC

The District of Columbia Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) and the DC Head Start State Collaboration Office (DC- HSSCO), in partnership with Fit Kids-DC, are collaborating to celebrate First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative by hosting the first annual Let’s Move! DC – Children and Families Health Expo on Saturday, October 19 from 10:00 a.m – 2:00 p.m. at the Deanwood Recreation Center, just across the street from the Deanwood Metro exit.

Come join the party for a day of:
• Music and Entertainment
• Prizes and Giveaways!
• Local farmer markets showcasing DC’s rich variety of food
• Health and fitness exhibits/activity station
• Free sports classes for the kids!
• Come work out the Washington Green Hawks, DC’s professional entertainment basketball team!
• MLS DC United will be there testing players soccer skills, giving away prizes, and raffling off game tickets!!
• NFL Play 60, US Tennis Association, and The President’s Challenge Program will all be there!
• Special appearance by Celebrity Chef Lauren Von Der Pool, personal Chef to Venus and Serena Williams. Giving away signed copies of her book “Eat Yourself Sexy!”
• Celebrating Champions for Children Awardees
• Children and parents can play in the Fit Kids-DC and Ruckus obstacle courses, fun zones, face painting, Zumba dancing, and much more!

Let’s Move! is leading a nationwide effort to combat childhood obesity and encourage healthy lifestyle choices by empowering families to put their children on the path to a healthy future during their earliest months and years. The initiative aims to inspire children to eat healthy foods and have at least 60 minutes of physical activity per day, whether before, during, or after school. In addition, the DC public school system has become the first U.S. district to fully commit to the Let’s Move! Active Schools program. All 111 DC public schools have agreed to participate in the program.

For more information, visit http://1.usa.gov/18tbzDT.

DC Family TO DO Weekend 9-21

Lots of great things to do with the family this weekend in the DC Metropolitan Area.  All these events are FREE, perfect for the family on the go and on budget.

 

1.)  NATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL  –  Saturday Sept. 21  10am – 5:30pm and Sunday, Sept. 22 Noon-5:30pm

A must for my family every year.  Authors , activities and books on the National Mall.

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2.) National Museum Building BIG BUILD – Saturday, Sept. 21 10am -4pm

Hands-on Family Festival of Tools, Trucks, and Construction

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3.)  H STREET FESTIVAL  – Saturday, Sept. 21  Noon-7pm

The festival will feature over 50 artists and 80 performances on 10 stages accompanied by an array of local, regional and international cuisine, shopping, arts exhibits, educational events, seminars and conversations with local entrepreneurs, artists and community organizations spanning 10 blocks of H Street NE.

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4.)  BROOKLAND ARTS & FAMILY DAY – Saturday, Sept. 21

Free dance classes for adults and kids all day.  Check out schedule in link above.

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Cool Dad Site Fit Fathers Launches

FitFathers.com recently launched and is just what the doctor ordered in today’s bad health habit, never-ending work and mass-connectivity driven world.  Health, nutrition, quality family interaction, and exercise have taken a backseat. Fast food, sodas, gaming, the Internet, and digital communication have supplanted home-cooked meals, adventurous family vacations, reading, direct personal communication, and active living. With this threatening wave of mass digital confusion and lack of healthy habits, today’s kids, are expected to have a shorter life expectancy than their parents, studies show.

Fit Fathers site is cool dad approved.  Proactive dads must be proactive in every way!  As important as it is to be proactive in your child’s life, it is just as important to be proactive in your pursuit of good health.

The web site is the vision of Kimatni Rawlins, the president and publisher of the automotive media and marketing portal, Automotive Rhythms.  He is definitely about the life.  I remember when he was about 50+ pounds heavier and eating potato chips like Lays was going out of business.  He has since changed his lifestyle and mission. His family has followed suit and it is a joy to see.  We work out together at his social workouts that brings the families to the track to interact and exercise. He has inspired me and mine and now that the site is live it can hopefully inspire a new health revolution for fathers around the globe.   It’s not just all health, it’s cool stuff on the site.  CHECK IT OUT!  www.fitfathers.com

 

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Dad Take your Kids to School

Summer ends with the thud of new shoe boxes and bags of school supplies for me. Today marked the first day of school for my little ones. Last night was torture as they were so excited for school one forgot to use the bathroom before bed and I was awakened at 2:30 in the morning to shower said kids and change sheets.  So, that meant daddy was slow to get up and we were in turn a wee bit late for the first day.  But there is still nothing like being able to take your kids to school late or not.  As a dad it is important to have a presence at your kid’s school.  It helps the morale of your child, it shows the other kids there is a man in your child’s life, and overall, it speaks well to show the family unit is strong.

I know some of us may not be fortunate enough to take our kid’s everyday but take them when you have the chance or ask the mom could you take your child to school once in awhile.  It will make a difference in your relationship with them and I bet it will make you feel good in the process. Carry on … #DadsRule

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Garlicky Cauliflower Mash

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Garlicky Cauliflower Mash

Here is a LOW CARB  and LOW FAT replacement for mashed potatoes in 20 minutes.   Quick and easy. All veggie and the KIDS LOVED IT! #dadsrule

1.) Break or cut the cauliflower into floret sized pieces. Smash and peel garlic. Place garlic and cauliflower in a steamer basket over boiling water, cover and steam until very tender, 15 minutes.

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2.) Immediately place the hot cauliflower and garlic in a blender or food processor. Add Almond milk, 2 teaspoons oil, smart butter, cream cheese, salt and pepper; pulse several times, then process until smooth and creamy.

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3.) Transfer to a serving bowl. Stir in a little more cream cheese, if desired. Serve hot.  Great out of the microwave days later.   Thank me now.

NOTE: You can also delete the cream cheese and add real chives and it is almost as good … but much more healthy;)

Grocery List

1 head of Cauliflower

4 cloves of Garlic

1/3 cup Almond Milk

1 Tbsp Smart Butter

1 Tbsp Whipped Cream Cheese with Chives

Salt and cracked pepper

2 Tsp of Olive Oil

7 Eleven Day Free Slurpies

Today is the day! Free slurpies and this year they are BIGGER!  Instead of going with a 7.11-ounce free Slurpee as it has in the past, this year 7-Eleven is simply giving out Slurpees in its usual Small size: 12 ounces.

Grab the kids and thank heaven for 7/11 … and 7-Eleven. 

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Fit Fathers Workout

Sunday, I had the pleasure of working out with Fit Fathers for the first time. My friend and founder of Fit Fathers, Kimatni Rawlins, had been extending invitations to run every time he setfit fathers.1 up an event. Some of which, I would even give verbal commits to but could never find the time or energy to actually attend. Well that ended this weekend and now I am hooked.

Kimatni the intense excitement about getting fit and helping fathers do so, came on all of the sudden.  It was an addiction as he changed his eating and fitness habits.  His family would follow suit.  Now a vegan, Kimatni is really dedicated to educating dads and getting them and their kids active.

We met up at Bowie High School’s track in Maryland on a beautiful Sunday morning. It worked out perfectly, as I was able to drop my little ladies off at a hairdresser a block away and return to workout with the Fit Father’s crew with my son. My son Arin was not quite decked out in his running attire but was enthused about working out with his dad, so we were both put to the test. There was a group of kids that ran together as the group of adults alternated around the track. While the kids ran, adults watched and rested and vice versa; cheering respected parents and kids on all the while.

The workout? One mile warmup, dynamic stretches, plyometrics, 50, 100, 200 & 400 meter repeats & a cool down. I had just enough energy to take the group shot below. If I was asked to do anything else I would have passed out! But it was a great workout and I was energized for the rest of my day.

My son wanted to get Dunkin Donuts afterwards and we even stopped in but while in line that Fit Fathers’ voice in my head got the best of me and we opted for fruit smoothies elsewhere.

For more information follow them on all the social medias visit www.fitfathers.com.  Daddyscool will definitely be doing some collaborations with this organization in the coming months. Stay tuned and stay fit.  #DADsRule

 

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Park Hopping- Summer To Do

Park hopping is something I like to do with the kids.  It’s great and usually free!  Pack a lunch and plenty of waters.  We checked out a two acre colorful wonderland of monkey bars swings and slides called Clemyjontri Park in Fairfax, VA, roughly 15 min from DC.   A scenic drive through George Washington Memorial Parkway.

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Other than the heat the kids enjoyed it.  I enjoyed the umbrellaed area for daddies to chill in the shade while the kids ran the track or the schoolhouse maze. There is also a little trail in the pseudo woods that is shaded and quite short but a trek through woods none the less.  There is also a cool huge carousel in the middle of the park which costs $1.75 per ride.

 

Arin’s best muscle flex in the trick mirror.

Arin driving the car trying to hardest to dodge pedestrian, Michal Zoe … or hit her. I’m not sure.

 

Father’s Friday on Twitter – #FF

It’s official the new #FF is  Father’s Friday on Twitter.  Happy Tweeting.  Father’s Day Weekend!

#DADsrule

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